Over the last couple of months I’ve been writing a guest blog series for HTC Vive covering my work integrating VR at JESS Dubai between 2017-2019. A lot of the projects covered have been spotlighted here on VirtualiTeach during that period but I thought it’d be worth sharing the links to the Vive blog posts nonetheless as they bring all that content together nicely.
There are three parts:
The first part focuses on my initial trials using the Vive at JESS in 2017. It also includes video clips of several of these projects. You can read that first part by clicking here.
The second post focuses specifically on the Art projects we coordinated using Tilt Brush. That part can be read here.
The third and final part of the series looks at some of the later projects including the use of the original Vive Focus in 2018 and the Vive Pro in 2019. You can read that part here.
Working at JESS was incredible and though I was there for 11 years in total, the last three years as Head of Digital Learning and Innovation were really special to me. Working under the brilliant Mark Steed, I was afforded the freedom to innovate and explore the power and potential of virtual reality. A huge thank you to Mark and all of the amazing educators at JESS who I worked with on VR projects over the last 5 years – I would not be where I am now without you.